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About

The motorplex features a 2.23-mile road course and a 1/8th mile WDRA dragstrip on 200 acres. Located in Southwest Iowa, close to the Nebraska, Kansas, and Missouri state lines. The facility initially opened in April of 2002 as "Mid America Motorplex". Changing hands a few times since then, as of January 2024, the motorplex is now I29 Speedway!

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Road Course

I29 Speedway road course, formerly "Raceway Park of the Midlands (RPM)" is an Alan Wilson-designed 2.23-mile road circuit. It is a relatively safe track for people to learn to drive their cars at high-performance driving events. It is a low-speed course (most cars under 300 bhp); maximum speeds are around 120 mph (190 km/h) with cornering speeds around 50 mph (80 km/h), with the exception of Turn 4 which is a fairly fast left-hander at around 80–100 mph.

I29 Dragway

A 1/8th mile WDRA dragstrip. Previously NHRA and IHRA.

Special events include "Heads Up No Prep," car shows, burnout competitions, test and tune, bracket racing, and "Run What 'ya Brung." Open to the public from mid-April to October. Home of "Ice Cream Cruise"!

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